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Ha Ha the Moose Live at moe.down - Snow Ridge Ski Area on 2008-08-30




*** THIS IS A 24 BIT RECORDING, NOT INTENDED FOR MP3 STREAMING OR CD BURNING ***
*** The normal CD quality version of this show is available for streaming and ***
*** download here: http://archive.org/details/hhtm2008-08-30

1. Ha Ha The Moose Theme
2. Mister Her ("the slow jam you hate to love")
3. banter
4. Redneck Trilogy (1: Rednecks Are Everywhere; 2: Fishin' With Dynamite)
5. In The Name Of Freedom (Redneck Trilogy Part 3)


Collection HaHatheMoose
Band/Artist Ha Ha the Moose
Venue moe.down - Snow Ridge Ski Area
Location Turin, NY

Source Audience
Lineage Neumann TLM170(cardoid at edge of stage)->Sound Devices 722 (@24/96). Tracked in CDWav.
Taped by Scott Bernstein
Transferred by Scott Bernstein

Notes

Ha Ha The Moose late night set after moe.'s 3rd set, played behind the FOH mixer/lighting area.

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Reviews

Reviewer: MooseMan9 - - October 17, 2009
Subject: wicked cool
Thanks for capturing this one... I was there & it was the end of a loooong day for me & barely remember the set! After the last set I was all the way at the bottom of the mountain getting a beer & someone said I had to make it out to FOH 'cause something great was about to happen... haha

Recording sounds good too. Props!
Reviewer: scott_bernstein - - September 5, 2008
Subject: OK, I guess?
I understand about selecting 24 bit flac from the dropdowns for media type, but I am well aware of the derivations options -- I'm not sure why I would tell it not to derive the mp3/ogg files from my 24 bit source. This way people can stream the files from the java plugin whether they are on the 24 bit fileset page or the 16 bit fileset page.....which is why I put a clear warning on the page that they really should download the other version. But if they really want to grab the mp3 or ogg files that were sourced from the 24 bit flacs, who am I to tell them no? :-)
Reviewer: Bean420 - - September 5, 2008
Subject: Correctly UL'ing 24-Bit files to the LMA.......
Scott, I am just letting you know exactly how to properly UL 24bit files to the LMA. When you are filling out your metadata for your 24bit files, you must MANUALLY select '24-Bit FLAC' from the drop-down box/menu for EACH TRACK INDIVIDUALLY. It regularly/normally says 'FLAC'. You have to MANUALLY change it to '24-Bit FLAC' for EACH AND EVERY FLAC FILE ;) And once that is done for EVERY FLAC FILE, it will then ask at the VERY BOTTOM of the metadata page if you want it to make derivatives(mp3's/ogg's). Say 'NO' as the last option on that page. That way it WILL NOT try and make mp3's/ogg's from your 24bit files! And when its done correctly, it will say '24-Bit FLAC' above the track length in MB's on the mainpage for that particular recording :) Here is an example of how a 24-bit recording SHOULD LOOK ;) PLEASE dont take this post the wrong way Scott. I just see ALOT of tapers UL'ing their 24bit shows totally wrong, and then the system makes mp3's from them(chipmunks come to mind). I am simply looking out for you so that you know how to UL the 24bit files correctly in the future ;) And it will make EVERYONES lives easier when searching for 24bit files. Folks who dont know any better will DL the 24bit sources instead of the 16bit sources for CDR burning because they automatically see the mp3 files(64kbs/VBR/Ogg/etc) and dont know any better ;)

Anyway, here is an example of a correctly UL'd 24-Bit FLAC FILE recording to the LMA. And while you have this YMSB All Good 2007 recording up, DL it and you WILL NOT be disappointed ;) This particular YMSB show is DEF one of my best recordings from All Good 2007, and one of my best ever in the 10+ years Ive been recording, and is a FINE EXAMPLE of a SMOKIN 24bit recording, that is if you like YMSB :)

http://www.archive.org/details/ymsb2007-07-13.483.722.flac24

And while I'm at it and already rambling and taking up review space, here is a PDF for EXACT instructions for UL'ing to the LMA ;) Its STRAIGHT from the LMA awhile back when they switched the system up a few years ago and we now have alot more control on the UL process!!! I LOVE the new UL'ing process compared to the old system!

http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=973c0b04fac441949f40a8a6cb5377b4

Thanks for your sources and the yummy 24bit stuff. I am WAY BEHIND on my 24bit stuff. I still have ALL of my All Good 2008 and moedown 2008 and about 15 other shows I have to process/flac/UL so I too can spread my 24bit stuff :) Just UL'ing all of my 16-bit stuff from around May 2008>>> moedown 2008 keeps me QUITE BUSY for sure! Thanks again and take care. I cant wait to hear your 170(Hypers)>722 recordings, especially since I am a hypercardioid/7xx FREAK :)
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